Oops…

Sorry it’s taken so long to get back into the swing. Truth be told, we’ll be catching up for a while. The past couple of years have been interesting with growth on the part of Sangha participation and yet there’s been a steady withering away of our...

Don’t Attach to Non-Attachment

Lew Richmond offers up a great article on the Huffington Post: “Emptiness” is a central teaching of all Buddhism, but its true meaning is often misunderstood. If we are ever to embrace Buddhism properly into the West, we need to be clear about emptiness,...

Embracing Both Sides

I was glad to read this short piece by Joe Perez. Actually, I’m usually glad to read whatever Joe writes, but I’ve been concerned lately with what I’ve seen expressed in spiritual circles in terms of embracing simplicity as the answer to complex...

Mindfulness: it improves our quality of life

Maybe we just file this under, “Duh.” Or maybe not. Regardless, this study¬†points to some interesting stuff. According to the research conducted by Britta Holzel, mindfulness meditation can have benefits for health and performance, including improved...

Book Talk

This clip comes from a book talk held over a year ago, discussing Michael’s book,¬†Awake in This Life.

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